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Apr 21,2014 at 12:14 PM
After a memorably awful winter in Minnesota, it’s finally beginning to look like spring is here at last. There’s no better harbinger of this joyous time of the year than the annual ritual of the maple syrup harvest. Minnesota is blessed with many maple...
Apr 21,2014 at 11:48 AM
Less than 1,700 miles south of Minnesota is a world where it's summer all year round. Mexico's famed Yucatan Peninsula is a vacationer’s paradise, which is sandwiched between the Caribbean Sea and the Central American jungle. What attracts most people...
Apr 14,2014 at 4:16 PM
It was built on the North Shore in the wake of a terrible storm and has protected the mariners on Lake Superior for nearly 70 years. During a visit to one of Minnesota's most popular tourist destinations, the Split Rock Lighthouse, Jason Davis turns the...
Apr 14,2014 at 3:23 PM
Like all collections, it all started with one. Karen Schmidt, 68, of Coon Rapids, Minn., really liked a snowman doll that someone gave her about 15 years ago. So she bought another, and another. Pretty soon family members brought more snowmen as gifts......
Apr 9,2014 at 4:19 PM
It has been called Minnesota's summer playground. Door County, Wisconsin is home to some unusual restaurants, like a Swedish place to eat that has goats grazing on the roof, an eatery where your food arrives by train and we try an  "omelet burrito" cooked...
Apr 9,2014 at 4:14 PM
For decades, 82-year-old Angie Overseth had a summer long garage sale at her little home in Parkers Prairie, Minnesota. She sold a lot of items and she also saved a lot stuff to decorate her home. Today she lives in what she calls "A Museum,” a house...
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Mar 31,2014 at 4:48 PM
Come "On the Road" with us to meet some of the most generous and compassionate people we could find in Minnesota. It's our tribute to "Those who Serve.” Two Minnesota women from military families saw the problem: their state had the highest suicide rate...
Mar 31,2014 at 4:46 PM
When 17-year-old Larry Tillemans from Minneota, Minn., took a typing class in 1942, he had no idea that it would change his life. When he was drafted into the army at the end of World War II, his secretarial skills were noted, and he ended up being a...
Mar 25,2014 at 11:17 AM
Mike Chichanowski was born and raised on the bank of the Minnesota River near Winona, Minn. You could say he was reared with a paddle in his hands. From a very early age, Mike started fixing boats and making his own canoes. He was so good at it that his...
Mar 25,2014 at 11:14 AM
Have you ever liked something so much you just had to have another and another? It's amazing how many people are smitten with the collecting bug. The star of this special "On the Road" program about collectors has to be an irrepressible enthusiast named...
Mar 17,2014 at 4:26 PM
Jason Davis took a look back on some of the best places in the region worth taking a trip to. On the border of North Dakota and Canada is an international peace garden that is a sprawling source of serenity for those who visit. Just off the highway near...
Mar 17,2014 at 4:19 PM
It was an impossible dream that they made come true. Jamie and Melissa Pastika decided that what southern Minnesota needed was a reptile zoo. They both gave up promising careers at other zoos and exhibitions and sank their life savings into opening the...
Mar 11,2014 at 2:18 PM
When his father gave him and old clock to play with as a child, Tom Ledding was fascinated. He grew up to become a teacher and is now retired on his property in northern Minnesota near Erskine, but his love for all things that "tick" never ended. Today,...